Racism that could be changed by education and snap your fingers

Racism that could be changed by education and snap your fingers

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Formal and informal education can both be vehicles to help change racism. For the purposes of this paper, formal education is what is commonly regarded a “school” education and informal education is the education that is loosely defined as life experiences – in school, in the home, and in the workplace. Racism is defined as hatred or intolerance of another race or other races. The movie, Crash, is full of racism: White/Black, Black/White, Black/Central American, Persian (Iranian)/Mexican, Korean/Asian, White/White, White/Mexican and Black/Black. The White policewoman and her partner, a black policeman, are having an affair. Their relationship seems close but, to get back at his addict mother, he tells her that he can’t look for his missing brother because he is…”f-g a white woman.” He also thinks she is Mexican when she is from Central America – until she tells him – and that sparks another generalization. He attributes his mistake to his
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poor upbringing. His brother, assumed to be
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